Inside the asset section, you will enter the type, quantity, and value of the crypto currency. However, if you want to make sure that the crypto assets do not enter probate and that the details of the crypto assets are kept out of the public realm, you will need to transfer ownership to the trust before you pass away. The mechanism for doing this will depend on the type of cryptocurrency. This process increases the privacy and security of your digital currency. You will leave instructions, including private keys, to the trustee of your trust (or the executor of your will if you don’t complete the transfer during your life). This document should be stored with your signed will & trust.

You cannot currently designate someone other than an heir to receive your cryptocurrency.  Instead, the crypto assets will be included among the “residuary” assets which are distributed to the general heirs you choose in the app. 

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